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IFA, the world’s largest consumer electronics convention right after CES, closed this past week having debuted a whole host of mouthwatering technology.
At IDF 2012 in San Francisco, we got to witness first-hand the implementation of gesture recognition inside a next generation Ultrabook™.
We’ve heard quite a bit about touch design principles from the always eloquent Luke W (you can read about what he came up with in his very well done video series
Ultrabooks™ - thin, powerful netbooks that offer up a whole new way of mobile computing – are gaining traction with consumers, especially as next generation devices come out this fall with touch se
If you’re a developer who’s been wondering if the Ultrabook™ is powerful enough to do all your regular developing tasks – you know, like run four instances of Visual Studio while playing a robust g
October 26 marks the official release of Windows 8, the hotly anticipated Microsoft operating system that (just like every other Microsoft OS release) is getting either rave reviews or a big thumbs
Windows 8 has been released amid much fanfare, and with this exciting new Microsoft operating system comes a whole host of new devices that are maximizing this platform to its fullest potential.
In his ongoing series discussing how to implement touch features in Ultrabook apps, Luke Wroblewski gives us a thoughtful look at how various touch factors work when integrated into working apps.